Athletes sign into their college choices

And they’re off.
Seniors Kaylin Williams (Northern Oklahoma College), Luke Ring (Oklahoma Baptist University), Hunter Kelly (Southeastern Oklahoma State University) and Hayden Moore (East Central University) each signed for college sports on Feb. 3.
They all look forward to the world of college which lies ahead of them.
Getting to play on any of the softball positions at NOC, Williams is excited for the upcoming experience.
“I’m happy that I go [on] to live my dreams that I’ve been working for since I was four,” she said.
She is going to get her associate degree then go to a four-year college to get her Bachelor of Education.
Ring will be a freshman quarterback for OBU, where he will compete to play; however, he has put in more hours.
“[It’s] a lot like a job,” Ring said. “It’s still football, and it’ll still be a blast doing it.”
It took years of dedication and hard work for Ring to get here but more importantly the football team.
“I’d like to thank my coaches and teammates in Duncan,” he said. “If it weren’t for them, I wouldn’t have this opportunity.”
Just as ecstatic, Kelly is ready to go up to the next level as a linebacker.
“The coaches, they’re really nice,” he said. “These two coaches have a good reputation and have had a good past two seasons.”
The future right tackle for ECU, Moore, had a lot of practice during the summer. He has attended football summer camps. Moore’s dad and brother have a lot of experience.
“They always pushed me to be the best I could be,” he said.
Moore is really excited to be at ECU where he will major in psychology.  
“The coaches are good Christian guys, and it’s a great place to be,” he said. “I get to develop myself into a man and become the best person I can be.”